How to create an Arduuto LED blinking project and upload it to the Arduino board.
LED blinking means reducing LEDs. Today we will write a code through which we will light our LED for a specific time and then we will be able to finish it for a specific time. For example, we will connect an LED to Arduino’s Pin No. 13. We will keep this Led on 1 second and keep it off for 1 second. And these commands will be placed in a loop, which we call the void loop () function. As a result, our LED will burn continuously for 1 second and take 1 second. This is the idea of today’s project.
One more thing will show you today. That is the code we wrote in the previous episode, we saw that we ran into Proteas. In reality, we did not see any code uploaded to Arduino Board. I will simulate today’s project in Proteas, as well as in our real Arduino Uno Board, we will also upload this code to us. As a result, we can learn how to upload a code written for the Arduino for Arduino Board.
I said at the very beginning of this tutorial that through this tutorial I am asking those who do not have any idea about Arduna, or to make them a fair idea about Arduino. For those who know Arduino, they may think, what can be learned from these LED blinking projects and Arduino? This is not the course for those who know what to see. Those who do not know I want to teach them. In the previous episode I also told that I have arranged each episode in such a way that we can learn different rules for writing code in Arduino. As a result, you will be able to write the code for the redundo yourself.